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World’s Biggest IPO Tests Saudis’ Faith in Their Crown Prince
Mohammed bin Salman’s overhaul of the kingdom is in its fourth year and selling shares in the national oil giant is vital.
Facebook sues surveillance company NSO Group over alleged WhatsApp hack
Facebook is taking legal action against the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group, alleging that it was behind a targeted hacking campaign against people using WhatsApp . In court documents, the tech giant argues that the NSO Group crea...
US allies' government officials hacked via WhatsApp: Report
Victims are spread across at least 20 countries on five continents, sources close to the investigation told Reuters.
Uber co-founder Travis Kalanick sells half a billion dollars in stock after lockup period ends
Uber co-founder and director Travis Kalanick sold more than half a billion dollars worth of stock last week after the company’s lockup period ended. Kalanick was ousted as CEO of Uber after accusations that he helped foster an unhealthy ...
Two former Twitter employees accused of spying for Saudi Arabia
Federal prosecutors accused two former Twitter employees of spying on behalf of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday.
'Mockery of justice’ after Saudis convict eight over Khashoggi killing
Court exonerates crown prince’s inner circle of involvement in murder of dissident journalist
The Rise - And Rise - Of Mass Surveillance
Eavesdropping bureaucrats have been replaced by algorithm-driven facial recognition technology. But the real impact of indiscriminate surveillance may be in our minds.
This Is How Journalists Are Being Threatened, Bullied, And Murdered
Press freedoms are under assault around the world. These are the most urgent cases in January, including journalists receiving threats, subjected to unfair trials, and their murders left unsolved.
Amazon boss Jeff Bezos's phone 'hacked by Saudi crown prince' with Israeli-made comercial hacking software
Investigation suggests Washington Post owner and the murdered journalist Khashoggi boss was targeted by an Israeli "software for dictators" five months before murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
UN experts demand US inquiry into Jeff Bezos Saudi hacking claims
‘Grave concern’ expressed at evidence of possible ‘effort to silence Washington Post’
Apple ditched plan to protect iPhone and Mac users using iCloud from hackers after FBI pressure
Apple considered to protect iPhone and Mac iCloud user]s data by offering people end-to-end encryption for iCloud two years ago, but decided to compromise users privacy and security in an act that helps not only the good guys from the FB...
As Mohammed Bin Salman Allegedly Hacked Jeff Bezos, A Network Of Accounts On Twitter Were Pushing Saudi Propaganda
A UN official said the goal is “intimidating, creating fear, and ultimately controlling or silencing.”
A Law Required The US’s Top Intelligence Official To Turn Over A Report On Jamal Khashoggi’s Killing. He Blew The Deadline.
“[I]f the [Intelligence Community] isn’t going to comply with the law, Congress needs an explanation,” a senator’s office said.
Sons of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi ‘forgive’ killers
The move was condemned by the journalist’s former fiancée and a UN expert. Khashoggi was killed and dismembered at the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul in October 2018
UK resumes arms sales to Saudi Arabia, says ‘possible’ war crimes in Yemen are ‘isolated incidents’
The UK “against human rights violations” government has come under fire after announcing that it is to recommence arms sales to Saudi Arabia, despite acknowledging that the kingdom could be using them to commit war crimes in Yemen.
Britain’s morality-preaching sanctions list immediately made worthless by pandering to warmongering Saudi Arabia
Britain unveiled its version of the so-called Magnitsky laws, preaching human rights and justice, but then took all the shine off by resuming arms sales for Saudi Arabia’s illegal war on Yemen.
First Look Inside Virgin Galactic's Tourist Spaceship Cabin For The Very Rich
The Virgin Galactic spaceship that will someday carry very moneyed tourists into space boasts windows and cameras galore for easy selfies with planet Earth. Virgin Galactic calls its spacecraft cabin the "centerpiece" of the experience i...
The Saudi Crown Prince Allegedly Kidnapped These Siblings And Tried To Kill Their Dad
Two weeks after the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, the Saudi crown prince allegedly sent a death squad to Canada, targeting a former Saudi intelligence official, according to a new lawsuit.
MBS is stamping out the final threat to his rule, bringing an end to his 3-year coup marked by power grabs, forced disappearances, and assassinations
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS, has been Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler for just over three years. In that time he has fast-tracked a string of domestic reforms that have made the country almost unrecognizable.
How to Stay One Step Ahead of Donald Trump
Saudi leaders have figured out what makes the president tick like few others have.
Why are Saudis behind a campaign to target an FBI hero of the 9/11 investigation?
This should be a week for former FBI Special Agent Ali Soufan to celebrate the new edition of his book on global terrorism. Instead, Soufan worries that some of the same terrorists he chased around the world for years are now trying to k...
MBS: Why the world may be stuck with the ‘CEO of Saudi Inc’
Two years after the brutal murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi by a Saudi hit squad, a new book is pulling back the curtain on the kingdom’s de facto leader, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Nasa finds hidden pockets of water on the Moon in breakthrough for space exploration
The announcement was based on data from the airborne observatory Sofia, a modified 747 carrying a large telescope.
Winking Putin Gets 'I Voted' Sticker In Election Day Street Art
The Russian president gives a thumbs-up and a smile in artist Pegasus’ latest piece reflecting Russia’s reported efforts to influence the U.S. election.
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